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Neighborhood Arts Grants
The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) invites nonprofit organizations and individual artists to submit proposals for artistic projects and cultural events that are planned for calendar year 2009.
Movies in the Park
It’s a big screen on the green! Pack the chairs, blankets and snacks and bring the family to view a movie under the stars.
Movies begin at dark.
2008 Summer Movies in our area.
Wednesday, July 16
Across The Universe
Sellwood Riverfront Park
SE Uplift hosts a sustainability forum
Southeast Portland neighborhoods are taking action to make our communities more environmentally responsible by forming neighborhood sustainability committees.
Available Position: Urban Planning Program Manager
Application deadline now closed.
Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Coalition seeks a full-time Urban Planning Program Manager, responsible for all elements of program management, technical assistance, and policy analysis advocacy within our coalition area. The Program Manager builds capacity in the neighborhood system by proactively assisting neighborhood volunteers to develop tactics to influence policy and development that affects the built environment.
Staff Changes at Southeast Uplift
New Faces, Familiar Places
Stephanie Caulley is our new Office Administrator and will support the Southeast Uplift office with the daily operations of the organization including; answering general information and referral calls, managing the database, handling mail and will assist staff with clerical and administrative support.
Streetcar Master Plan Meetings
SE Working Group
May 29, June 5 and June 12 2008
SE Uplift 3534 SE Main
Anyone who attends is a member of the Working Group. We need more participants from all over Southeast, to review the 10 proposed corridors in Southeast for public support, from Sandy to Woodstock and from Milwaukie Ave to 82nd Ave.
Annual Regional Livability Summit
Coalition for Livable Future 2008
May 28th, 2008
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Daytime Event)
7 - 9 PM (Evening Public Forum)
Portland State University
Keynote Address by Maya Wiley
Ms. Wiley is the founder and director of the Center for Social Inclusion. She has built her career around civil rights concerns and the notion that addressing the root causes of racism in our society will help expand opportunity for all communities.
Creating a Regional Equity Action Agenda -
Workshop: ABC's of Land Use
Saturday, May 17, 2008
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Historic Kenton Firehouse
8105 N. Brandon at Schofield
Offices of North Portland Neighborhood Services
Another opportunity to serve your community
Making a difference
Neighborhood Associations help to create communities which are livable, socially diverse, safe and vital. Everyone who lives, works or owns property in Portland is a member! You can make a difference! Participate on the Board of your Neighborhood Association and be a positive force in yours.
Elections in the SE Uplift Coalition area are typically held in May!
In honor of Earth Day the Center Neighborhood Association will be hosting a Work and Learn Party at Rosemont Bluff Natural Area on Saturday, April 26th. The event is a part of a year-long effort to restore Rosemont Bluff to a functioning natural habitat for native species of plants and animals.